You will not get the full functionality of Sphider-plus.
Tips on Search Query Construction
Basic queries: Just enter words separated by spaces, then click Search. Any pages that have all of those words in any order will appear. Letter case doesn't matter.
You don't have to use quote marks, but apostrophes won't be accepted. The search algo will attempt to find similar words (e.g., the plural form, and -ing form), so you don't have to include those variations. Search terms always must have at least 4 characters and common words (e.g., the, and, that) will be ignored.
Example: ballyvourney jig will find pages that have ballyvourney and jig somewhere on the page, but not necessarily together. Sorry, the search algo doesn't do partial word searches - you must match
a indexed keyword. For example, searching for black* won't work, but blackthorn will.
If you choose the Advanced query type, then you have four choices: